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Enoch Pratt Free Library

Ohio Death Certificate Index 1913 – 1937

This database indexes Death Certificates of persons that died in Ohio in the above years, useful for determining date of death and certificate number. Using the index information, a researcher can later obtain a copy of the certificate itself, which holds further information.

Library of Life
The Library of Life is a global institution that captures your most precious memories and records them 
in history for all future generations. Scrapbooks, photograph albums and personalized websites exist today, but there is nothing that an individual can be part of that will guarantee them a place in history. Now everyone can preserve their story in one place for all time.

Volunteers for Freedom: Black Civil War Soldiers in the Alexandria National Cemetery


County Maps Online
 

   
      
            A new website called "My County Maps"
allows you to view county maps for the States of Georgia, South
Carolina, and Mississippi, and soon Tennessee. The maps are displayed
as Portable Document Files (PDF) and can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat.

When
you zoom in on a map, you can see the names and locations of
cemeteries, churches, and community names. Some of the maps provide
geographical coordinates such as latitude and longitude, and township
and range outlines.

The maps were developed by state departments
of transportation, and are current maps, not historical. Genealogists
can access these maps free of charge through this website.

   

Putting My Family Back Together by Char McCargo Bah

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